A brand new story pertaining to the next gen iPhone has cropped up, which in fact follows this week’s story connecting European carriers with the iPhone 5. This week it was news to most of us when we learnt that European carriers were stockpiling nano-SIM cards anticipating the much awaited launch of the iPhone 5. It was said that nano-SIM cards helped in saving extra space within a mobile device for incorporating new hardware or technology in the iPhone. Following this, a blog named BGR has confirmed on NFC, 4G LTE being in the present production stage. This scoop has once again generated lot of hype around this next gen device, with many of the European carriers now looking a lot busier in testing the minuscule SIM, than ever before.
According to BGR, Apple is supplying nano-SIMs along with specially-suited adapters for carrier partners to test the same, in order to ensure smooth networking in its mobile device. BGR has further stated that before implementing this strategy to the iPhone 5 devices directly, Apple might test drive the same on certain unannounced devices. However, iPhone 5 certainly looks to be the most prominent candidate for this strategy implementation, more so due to the fact of it being the supposed thinnest to date mobile device of the future.
However, implementation of micro-SIM would not be all that easy as the consumers could be resilient to the quick change of a new SIM standard. Also, swapping SIMs between devices could be quiet irritating. The ideology of SIM implementation is something which irks me up, and I am sure it does the same for most of the iPhone users. However, if the micro-SIM implementation is indeed true for the iPhone 5, let us only hope that this is the last of SIM changes we get to see!
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